Atlanta, Georgia – January 23, 2024 – DLH Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ: DLHC) (“DLH” or the “Company”), a leading provider of digital transformation and cybersecurity, science research and development, and systems engineering and integration, today announced that Cora Carmody has been appointed to a strategic advisory role for the Company. In this new role, Ms. Carmody will provide insight to executive management on driving enterprise architecture optimization and efficiencies, enhancing cybersecurity strategies, and developing technology-based value propositions for organic growth.
Ms. Carmody previously served as Chief Information Officer at SAIC and Jacobs Engineering, both industry leading information technology solutions providers. She has extensive experience in emerging technology applications, risk assessments and management, and governance, and has worked throughout her career to integrate technology solutions to solve complex challenges. Ms. Carmody has worked with intelligent automation, artificial intelligence, machine learning, cybersecurity, and C4ISR programs and has managed teams tasked with protecting enterprise personnel, assets, and intellectual property.
“We are delighted to engage an industry-recognized technology leader such as Cora as a strategic advisor to DLH,” stated Zach Parker, DLH President and CEO. “We believe Cora’s deep understanding of technology applicable to DLH’s missions in health and cyber, combined with her passion for growth and innovation, will be of great value to DLH.”
DLH (NASDAQ:DLHC) delivers improved health and national security readiness solutions for federal programs through digital transformation and cyber security, science research and development, and systems engineering and integration. The Company’s experts in public health, performance evaluation, and health operations solve the complex problems faced by civilian and military customers alike, leveraging digital transformation, artificial intelligence, advanced analytics, cloud-based applications, telehealth systems, and more. With over 3,200 employees dedicated to the idea that “Your Mission is Our Passion,” DLH brings a unique combination of government sector experience, proven methodology, and unwavering commitment to innovation to improve the lives of millions. For more information, visit www.DLHcorp.com.
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